Nonfiction films entering the world are still plagued by two types of criticism. There's "be nice, this topic is worthy" damnation by faint praise for films with "important" issues, and the "Where's the context?!" stigma faced too often by more personal or artful films. How to strike a balance and what DOES creative nonfiction need from critics? Sam Adams, the editor of Criticwire engages three cranky malcontents (i.e. critics), Nick Pinkerton, Ela Bittencourt and Adam Nayman, who have all the answers.